CTE-02 THE STRUCTURE OF ENGLISH in English Solved Assignment 2019-2020
CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH
AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
CTE-02: THE STRUCTURE OF ENGLISH
Maximum Marks: 100
CTE-02 Solved Assignment 2019-20
|Service Type||Solved Assignment (Soft copy/PDF)|
|Course||Certificate Programme in the Teaching of English|
|Semester||2019-2020 Course: Certificate Programme in the Teaching of English|
|Short Name||CTE-02 (ENGLISH)|
|Assignment Code||CTE-02 2019-2020|
|Product||Assignment of BA 2019-2020 (IGNOU)|
|Submission Date||For June Exam: 31st March
For December Exam: 30th September
Answer all questions:
1 Study the role of English and the regional language in your town/city/state. Write a
short report recording your findings about their use in education, business,
administration, judiciary, media and social interaction. 20
2 Write briefly on any four of the following. Illustrate your answers: 20
i. Standard language
ii. Bottom-up and Top-down approach for analysis of text
iii. Regular and irregular verbs
iv. Pure vowels and diphthongs
v. Inflectional paradigm of an adverb
3 Describe the factors that led to the Indianization of English. From the English you
hear and read around you in India, find some typical examples of Indian English.
Your examples should include sounds, phrases, grammatical constructions and
lexical items other than those referred to in the lessons. What should your attitude be
to Indian English as an English teacher? 20
4a What is the sentence pattern of each of the following sentences? The first one is
done for you. 10
i. Ashima ran fast. (Subject+Verb+Adverb)
ii. The boy fell on the floor.
iii. Alka felt lonely.
iv. Aditya believed the girl.
v. Meghna sent her mother a letter.
vi. Pooja is pretty.
vii. Maanik is waiting outside.
viii. The teacher scolded the student.
ix. They are crazy.
x. The children sang well.
4b What is the difference between simple, compound and complex sentences? Identify
each of the following sentences as simple, compound or complex. 10
i. He told me that he would be going to Bombay next week.
ii. She is very beautiful.
iii. The girl whom you met last week came here looking for you.
iv. I am going to the market.
v. She will go to the party only if her father will drop her.
vi. I think that you are right.
vii. Finish your homework and put the notebooks back in your bag.
viii. Madhu dreamt that she was flying an aeroplane.
ix. Either you sit properly or you leave the room.
x. Socrates held the universality of morality.
5a Differentiate between derivational and inflectional affixes. Identify the affixes in
each of the following words and categorise them as derivational or inflectional.
5b How are consonants described? Describe the consonants in the following English
words. One is done for you.
/b/ – voiced bilabial stop/plosive
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